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    Quote Originally Posted by craig2016 View Post
    so the bottom part of the bumper ie the valance is changeable, could I get one to house a twin exhaust at each side m3 style?


    looks great by the way
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    Yeah the rear valance is changeable, iam not sure if you can buy a M3 style one.

    Twin exhausts each side might fit in the holes in the valance i used but iam not 100% sure, it will probably depend on the size tail pipe you use.
     
     

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    came across this quad exhasut diffuser...

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/BMW-E...item23039786ab
     
     

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    Looks alot better
     
     

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    the pic only shows a twin tho!
     
     

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    Did you get your exhaust done mate?
     
     

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    P40L

    Im a little confused. Did you buy a replacement back box with twin exits or did the likes of powerflow do it for you?

    Im dying to get mine done so any info as to where who how much would be great!

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    There was a place on ebay selling them but powerflow made mine
     
     

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    cheers mate.

    im going to get custom pipes to do mine.

    now im jist not sure what size to get? toying with the idea of 3.5" to keep it OEM
     
     

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    OEM is 3.25"

    Go for 4", it fills the cut-outs beautifully and you'll forever be looking at the standard size thinking thank goodness you went for the bigger size IMO.
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    How did you get the diffuser off the bumper ? I had a go at mine today , got the 5 screws out but couldn't work out the plastic clips . is there a way to get these out ?
     
     

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